Angelica Tea for Heart Health

Aralia elata - Angelica tea - heart health support from Linden Botanicals

Angelica tea (Aralia elata) supports heart health and cardiovascular health. It’s included in CardiAce Heart Health Kits.

Aralia elata, also known as Angelica, is an herb commonly used in traditional medicine. The plant is from the family Araliaceae (Ginseng family), and it’s native to eastern Russia, China, Korea, Japan, and northern Asia.

Aralia elata herbal extract is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine and Korean medicine. Aralia elata polysaccharides may improve cardiovascular function by reducing oxidative stress, restoring the metabolism of biological macromolecules, and inhibiting inflammatory signal pathways to alleviate inflammation. Aralia elata saponins may also help improve coronary blood flow and cellular energy. The roots and stems are anodyne and carminative.

Angelica tea may:

  • Support the treatment of coughs, jaundice, stomach ulcers, and stomach ailments.
  • Offer a natural remedy for some mental and emotional conditions.
  • Provide support for the central nervous system.
  • Help address issues like chronic fatigue, depression, stress and anxiety.
  • Improve mood, memory, appetite, vigor, and overall vitality.
  • Alleviate headaches.
  • Ease liver and urinary tract disease symptoms.
  • Support the treatment of several diseases, including diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and rheumatoid arthralgia.

Heart Health Benefits

Aralia elata is perhaps the most cardio-specific adaptogen. Used regularly, Aralia elata extract can improve the heart’s ability to function during stress. This can enable the heart to become stronger with less risk of damage to the heart muscle during strenuous exercise.

As a heart-specific adaptogen, Aralia elata can help moderate blood pressure and regulate the heartbeat rate. Having the heart work in optimal health can improve overall physical wellbeing and performance.

In addition, Angelica tea is often used to support circulatory health. Scientific studies have shown that Angelica tea regulates cholesterol production to support effective cardiovascular function. It limits cholesterol absorption and promotes the production of bile juice, reducing the risk of circulatory problems.

A 2016 study published in Phytomedicine indicates that “Promising stress-relieving effects of Aralia are reported for people whose work requires a high level of attention. Its proposed ability to moderate stress-induced damage and dysfunction in the cardiovascular tissue might make Aralia the adaptogen of choice among patients with higher risk for cardiovascular diseases.”

Learn More About Angelica Tea

Aralia elata is a miraculous plant that offers a wide range of potential heart health benefits. This herbal supplement has the potential to help improve health outcomes and overall wellness.

Angelica is one of five herbal extracts included in Linden Botanicals CardiAce Heart Health Support Kits. CardiAce Kits are a synergistic collection of five time-tested heart health herbal supplements designed to support vascular health and healthy heart function, bolster mitochondrial energy, improve cardiac stress tolerance, and protect against free radical damage. Kits come in two sizes: 100g (~50 servings) and 250g (~125 servings).

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